Investigators with the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office are searching for three female suspects allegedly involved in the fraudulent use of several credit cards.
The cards were stolen during a vehicle break-in Thursday at Payton Creek Fish House.
The victim reported that she returned to her car and found the passenger side window broken out. Her purse containing 15 credit cards, $300 cash, a check for $431, a checkbook, social security card, driver’s license and health card was missing from the vehicle.
A short time later, officers were advised that the credit cards had been used at area businesses.
The suspects used two credit cards and a debit card at three different stores, totaling more than $1,100 in fraudulent charges.
The suspects made two separate purchases at the Dollar General on Oak Street, before making an unauthorized transaction at Harp’s.
The suspects also made two charges at Rue 21 in the Conway Commons shopping center.
Investigators said the suspects attempted to use the credit card at other stores but were declined.
All three suspects were described as black females. One suspect was seen on Dollar General surveillance video wearing a Santa hat. A second suspect was seen wearing a brown coat, black hat and jeans, while the third was wearing a black coat, red shirt and jeans.
Anyone with information about the suspects or thefts is urged to contact the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division at 450-4917.
(Staff writer Stephanie Fischer can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at 505-1238. Send us your news at www.thecabin.net/submit.)